Archive for August, 2012

Tampa Bay home to the future of health care
August 30, 2012

Today we had a great opportunity at Front Row Tampa Bay to tell the USF Health story – and to show how USF Health’s story is vital to the rapid progress now underway in Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay is in the midst of rebranding itself as the home of the future of health care. We’re home […]

CAMLS an eco-system for innovation
August 30, 2012

It was wonderful to see diplomats from around the world come to the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation. Seeing people from every corner of the globe – from Japan to Georgia, Montenegro to Mali– marvel at how impressive CAMLS is such an honor. It makes us appreciate how important the work we […]

Providing the tools to prevent, heal doctor burnout
August 24, 2012

Is your doctor too burned out to help you? A disturbing new study says that may be the case. Nearly half of the doctors who responded to the survey reported classic symptoms of burnout: feelings of exhaustion, low achievement and lack of empathy for their patients. Obviously, that’s not good for patient care, as Dr. Pauline […]

Today’s white coat a symbol of trust
August 17, 2012

Today is one of the most important days of medical school for our new students. This afternoon, the students of the Class of 2016 will receive their first white coats. And that white coat is more than just a coat. When I take off my jacket and put on my coat, people look at me differently. […]

To our new students: Welcome. Dream big.
August 8, 2012

This is a big week for the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine. In fact, it’s the biggest week we’ve ever had. This week we welcome the Class of 2016, our largest MD class ever, at 164 medical students strong. To all you new students, welcome.  We’re glad you’re here. Remember that we chose each and […]